Sunday, January 27, 2008

Farm Photo 1/27/08: Fence As Farm Art


Form And Function (And Unfortunately Falling Down!)

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10 comments:

  1. Oh, I love fence photos. I do lots of them on my photoblog....and lonely tree photos too! You've capture the shadow of the fence which makes everything infinitely more interesting.

    - Suzanne, The Farmer's Wife

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  2. I just found your site and am really enjoying it. Love the picture!

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  3. I love your "eye" and the delightful scenes it recognizes will make awesome photographs. I could decorate my whole house in frames prints of your pictures and be quite happy!

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  4. You mean fences have a purpose other than the aesthetic?

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  5. Fence work is one of those truly never ending tasks in the country (sort of like laundry?!) there is always some part of the fencing that needs "work" - and it defines that word - ain't no easy fence. What did that Yankee fella say "there is something in nature that doesn't like a fence" - that is a paraphrase BTW.

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  6. Yesterday I took a walk around our farm and tried to find a stretch of fence that didn't need fixin'. What I found was lots of crooked and broken, but I had a wonderful walk with the dog. I have a picture of a hay wagon on my blog that goes perfectly with your fence, I posted it yesterday...what a coincidence!
    Your blog is a delight, thank you for sharing your creativity.

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  7. Country fences are so interesting! To me they symbolize the beginning of a journey, an adventure, a mystery, the start of a dream... That's why I have one on my homepage.

    Karen, www.chickensense.com

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  8. I love your photo of the fence. It is a beautiful reminder of the art in our everyday life.

    TAG - you are IT! You have been tagged to list 7 Things we don't know about you!

    The rules are on Eastside Farm Chronicles. Have fun with it!

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  9. I just love old wood-weathered fences, out-buildings, and the like. We have quite a bit of that out here.

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  10. ALLRIGHT!!!! That's how I am going to refer to myself now....
    "Seasoned" and "weathered" rather than old and falling apart!!!
    Oh, I love to laugh on the farm!!!

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